Zapraszamy do biernego udziału w Międzynarodowej Konferencji Naukowej zatytułowanej „Second workshop: Polish-Hungarian Research Platform”

Serdecznie zapraszamy do biernego udziału w Międzynarodowej Konferencji Naukowej zatytułowanej „Second workshop: Polish-Hungarian Research Platform”. Wydarzenie odbędzie się 25 czerwca 2021 (piątek) w godz. 9:15 – 14:15 na platformie Zoom. Konferencja zostanie zorganizowana w ramach międzynarodowego projektu badawczego pt. „Polish-Hungarian Research Platform”, realizowanego przez Instytut Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości we współpracy z oficjalnym partnerem projektu, którym jest Instytut Prawa Porównawczego im. Ferenca Mádla w Budapeszcie.

“Together in spirit” on the International day of families

Together in Spirit, Croatian Radio Television, 1 Channel, 15th of May 2021, 13.45

Together in Spirit is a TV show that promotes religious freedoms, culture and traditional family values. Professor Aleksandra Korać Graovac, Faculty of Law, University in Zagreb, was asked to be a guest, as the 15th of May is the International Family Day, proclaimed by the UN.

Dialogue on the Future of Europe: Building a Digital European Union

The Ministry of Justice and the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law are organising a high-profile international conference on 21 June 2021 in the context of the Conference on the Future of Europe, titled: “Dialogue on the Future of Europe: Building a Digital European Union”.

Odszedł prof. dr hab. Andrzej Siemaszko

Ze smutkiem zawiadamiamy, że 10 czerwca 2021 r. zmarł po długiej chorobie pan prof. dr hab. Andrzej Siemaszko.

Ś.P. Profesor był prawnikiem, nauczycielem akademickim, Dyrektorem Instytutu Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości w latach 1992-2015.

Rodzinie i Najbliższym Ś.P. Profesora Andrzeja Siemaszki składamy szczere kondolencje.

Dyrekcja i Pracownicy

Instytutu Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości


We invite you to passively participate in the International Scientific Conference entitled “Penalization of international crimes in national law”. The event will be held on 14-15 June 2021 via remote communication means.


The event will be held within the framework of the Project entitled “Polish contribution to the development of international criminal law, including contribution to the trial of international crimes”, the implementation of which is provided by the Strategic Analysis Center of the Institute of Justice.


Application for passive participation can be made via the website, the link to which will be provided soon.


Please be advised that the number of places is limited. Eligibility is determined by the order of applications.


We invite you to participate in this conference.


Registration –


Co-financed from the means of the Justice Fund administered by the Minister of Justice


Freedom of conscience and religion in pandemic times

Description: There is hardly any place in the world that remained unaffected by the ongoing coronavirus. The pandemic disrupted international commerce and travel, forced countries to strengthen their borders and introduce restrictive measures, and compelled individuals to stay at home and avoid personal contacts, to prevent the spread of the virus. Among many others, the restrictions also pertain to freedom of religion.